At the end of a week in which Bathgate’s Dario Franchitti has dominated the motorsport headlines after his second Indy500 victory another, younger Scot, Rory Bryant, is making his own presence felt for the first time.
Scotland’s best-known chef, Nick Nairn, will set the race track alight again as he will be racing the guest Tynecastle backed Mini at the Scottish Classic SpeedFair on June 27th. Nick is in high demand as chef, consultant and personality and is a prominent spokesperson on diet, healthy eating and Scottish produce but is taking time…
Spaces are available for this Monday’s Bike Trackday. The trackday runs from 9am – 5pm. You can chose to do a full day open session (£175) or half day 9am – 12.30pm or 1.30pm – 5pm (£100). Book online or call 01383 723 337.
As part of Celebrating Fife 2010, Fife Council and Knockhill Racing Circuit are asking Fife schoolchildren to design artwork for the sidecar which will feature at the FIM Sidecar World Championship British Grand Prix on Saturday 14, and Sunday, 15 August 2010.
Knockhill’s chief instructor, and former racing driver Ian Forrest, has been awarded the prestigious Jim Clark Memorial Award for 2010 by Ford. Ian began his racing career in 1971, racing in ‘Scottish Special Saloons’ and taking just four years to be crowned champion for two consecutive years.
Two years ago, Dario Franchitti was in the middle of a Nascar nightmare after having jumped ship from IndyCars at the end of a season in which he won the championship, and his first Indianapolis 500. Retirement was a serious option. Today the boy from Bathgate has a new-found, youthful hunger for…
Forty-five years to the day since his hero, double Formula One world champ Jim Clark, clinched his one and only Indianapolis 500 victory, Dario Franchitti won America’s Blue Riband event for the second time in four years.